Chicago Herald-Examiner, Thursday, June 23, 1921 Dickinson, N.D., June 22--A dream in which he saw the spot where his father's body lay led Raymond Everetts, 11, to discover the body yesterday. Tom Everetts, the father, was one of three section men drowned by a flood near Medora Saturday. Several years ago the boy announced the death of an aunt shortly before a telegram confirmed his prophesy.When the ego impresses the lower mind of approaching danger, in dreamsor otherwise, it is simply for the individual to be prepared for whatis in store for him, just as a wise physician tells his patient whenthe end is near to be prepared.Miss Miller, 375 Brenner street, Muncie, Germany, had a premonition ofher brother drowning. She states: "My brother was a great swimmer. Two weeks before he was drowned I had a premonition of his death. In my dream I saw him diving into the river. His head struck a rock, then I saw his lifeless body float before me for three successive nights. I told him of my dream. I begged him not to go bathing, but he only laughed at me, saying, 'I can protect myself in the water.' His death was the exact working out of the premonition of his death."The student of dream-lore knows the ego is ever watchful, and italways impresses the lower mind when danger approaches. There are alsocases which appear to indicate when the ego is unable to impress theindividual. The information is often conveyed through another person,as the above would indicate, who is sensitive enough to bring theinformation in the waking state.